Decent pay for the work, No health care coverage or paid time off or no sick time, but they do have flexible scheduling .
401K, Health Benefits, Vacation, sick time off
Not very affordable but at least was offered
If you are full time OR you are part time working an average of 40+ hours a week benefits kick in. Only some if "classified" part time though, not all. I worked average of 65 hours a week part time, then finally classified full time and received all benefits. Employer matching 401K is nice, take advantage of that!
There is no benefit package, it is part-time employment
There was nothing bad about the benefits. I was pleased with the flexibility and worked for them for over 1 and a half years.
PTO not so bad average but ok
There are no benefits. It's only part-time, so there is no insurance, 401K, or paid vacations.
no benefits, no advancement in career , no full time job for event specialist.......
Very expensive and not worth what you pay for it. I paid over $1,000 per month for medical, dental, and vision for a family. And that's with a $6,000 a year deductible on top of that.